Albert von Keller

Study for In the Moonlight 

c. 1894

oil on cardboard


Albert von Keller (Swiss-German, 1844-1920)
Study for In the Moonlight (Im Mondschein)
c. 1894
oil on cardboard
34 x 22 cm
initialed lower right A.K.

Conserved by Andrea Rothe (formerly, Getty Museum) and Jeanne McKee-Rothe (formerly, Norton Simon Museum).

Carl E. Wagner, Offenbach, purchased October 20, 1919

Galerie Heinemann, Munich, 1916-1919, inventory number 12816, as "Gekreuzigte (Märtyrerin)"; on the verso of the painting is the Galerie Heinemann inventory label:

The final version of Im Mondschein is in the collection of Kunsthaus Zurich.  See image below:

Albert von Keller

"In the Moonlight" ("Im Mondschein")

oil on canvas


150 x 100,5 cm

Kunsthaus Zurich (Gift of Estate of Dr. Oskar A. Mueller)

Albert von Keller,
Study for Martyrdom painting,
colored chalk on cardboard,
first quarter 20th century,
stamped lower left: Nachlass ALBERT v KELLER (Estate of Albert von Keller)
inscribed verso: "Studie für das Gemälde Martyrium"
The Daulton Collection

Jack Daulton
The Daulton Collection
Los Altos Hills, California